Manhattan Transfer is a renowned American vocal group that has been a prominent force in the realms of jazz, pop, and contemporary a cappella since their formation in 1969. The original lineup consisted of Tim Hauser, Laurel Masse, Janis Siegel, and Alan Paul. Known for their intricate vocal harmonies and versatility, Manhattan Transfer seamlessly blends elements of jazz, swing, and pop, creating a sophisticated and dynamic sound. Their breakthrough came in the late 1970s with the album “Extensions,” featuring the hit single “Birdland.” Over the years, the group has undergone lineup changes but maintained a commitment to musical excellence. With a string of Grammy Awards and a vast discography, Manhattan Transfer remains celebrated for their timeless contributions to vocal jazz.
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